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Fall

An obsolete Scottish unit of length equivalent to 222 inches.
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However, we want to help people, not penalise them, which is why our debt advisers always urge those who fall behind to contact the council as soon as possible so an arrangement can be made.
MPs have called on the City watchdog to clamp down on "high and excessive" charges being levied on people who fall behind with their mortgage.
"Let the Shadows Fall Behind You" tells the story of two individuals and their relationship, with a heavy focus on the psychological aspect.
Taipei, June 15, 2009 (CENS)--With LED (light emitting diode) widely applied in TV, notebook PC and lightings, Robert Yeh, chairman of Everlight Electronics Inc., a leading Taiwanese supplier of LED chips, said at the Photronics Festival in Taiwan 2009, held June 10-12, that supply of LED chips is expected to fall behind demand until the second half of 2010, with prices to trend upward.
The Council of Mortgage Lenders' forecasters expect half a million people to fall behind with mortgage payments this year.
A Financial Services Authority spokesman warned: "You will no longer own your home and could still be evicted if you fall behind with your new rental payments."
To fall behind in that race can be very costly, as General Motors has shown.
Students who don't meet basic proficiency levels under NCLB standards, or fall behind two years on language levels, are recruited for the program.
If we do, children will fall behind, and our monument will stand for nothing but an empty promise.
Although the children were kept out of school during harvest season, her father home-schooled them so that they wouldn't fall behind the other students.
Eventually, school systems funded by lotteries fall behind their non-lottery counterparts.